Often, a company’s competitive advantage depends on how intelligent the firm is at observing and interpreting the dynamic world context in which it operates.
Living in a complex world and moving into the smart machine age, the need for good leadership is even greater; spiritual leadership provides a compass to navigate through difficult decisions.
Spiritual convictions may help business leaders to develop ecological consciousness required for achieving sustainability in business functioning.
After the crisis in Cyprus, even smaller depositors lost money in Cyprus banks. This raises a troubling question: will bank bail-ins—by depositors, creditors and bondholders—become the norm in other countries as well?
Participatory Action Research (PAR) provides an alternative approach to marketing that can address issues in segments of the population that receive lesser quality healthcare.
The notion of a virtuous organization is the result of an evolving, but grounded, field of study in leadership and management that is a mash-up of ethics theory.
Using the 2008 recession, we will look at how leaders have handled economic, environmental, and organizational responsibility and sustainability during chaos.
Decisions involving issues of sustainability tend to include an array of objective attributes along with highly subjective value judgments. Managers must find a way to factor qualitative attributes such as environmental, social, and ethical impact into the decision-making process.
Clean Tech expert Susanna Kass discusses sustainability, Pepperdine’s new SEER program, and the simultaneous challenges and opportunities that exist in caring for the environment.
Bill Sanderson and Chuck Browne, senior administrators at Golden State Foods, answer questions on creating a values-driven company and corporate social responsibility.
In this audio interview, seven-time social entrepreneur Mark Albion answers questions about building a just and sustainable world through business.
When the public became more aware of the impact of obesity and health concerns, people reacted with different purchasing choices.
Can the reputation of being a socially responsible corporate citizen help support a company’s bottom line when a crisis occurs? The evidence suggests that in some situations, it may.